LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn’s reply to the Queen’s Speech was a masterly demolition of the Prime Minister’s threadbare document masquerading as a programme of government.His ability to respond in jocular fashion to Tory MP Richard Benyon’s...
Thursday 22nd Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Corbyn lays groundwork with alternative Queen’s Speech
Wednesday 21st Jun 2017
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
A RIGHTWINGER who challenged Len McCluskey for the leadership of Unite has been sacked by the union, he said yesterday.
Unite West Midlands secretary Gerard Coyne claimed he had been disciplined for an “alleged technical data breach” which had “damaged Unite-Labour...
JEREMY CORBYN has put class politics back into the heart of the political and policy debate thanks to Labour’s general election campaign, communists say.
Communist Party chair Liz Payne praised the Labour leader for fronting a campaign that achieved a “qualitative...
Monday 19th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
JOHN McDONNELL penned a letter to Tory Chancellor Philip Hammond yesterday demanding he publicise the cost of any secret deals made with the DUP.
The shadow chancellor voiced concern about the Democratic Unionist Party’s wish to scrap air passenger duty levied on passengers in...
Newly re-elected Derby North MP CHRIS WILLIAMSON says Labour has the foundations for success – but it must keep building and take nothing and no-one for granted
Saturday 17th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
AFRICANS for Jeremy Corbyn have praised the “positive campaign of hope over fear” that led to the Labour Party’s electoral resurgence.
The group, which aims to galvanise Africans to engage with the Corbyn-led Labour Party, praises “Team Corbyn’s”...
Friday 16th Jun 2017
by Conrad Landin in Southport
Thursday 15th Jun 2017
REPUBLICAN Labour MPs voiced their unease yesterday at pledging allegiance to the Queen while taking the oath to sit in Parliament.
Former shadow Welsh secretary Paul Flynn said he was undertaking the formal process to become an MP “under protest” after noting he was a...
Adam Van Coevorden, who twice stood for the Greens in Cheltenham, tells Ben Chacko why Labour’s manifesto made him decide to switch parties
Wednesday 14th Jun 2017